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Research Faculty

Zhou Wang, PhD 

Zhou Wang, PhD
Director of Urological Research
UPMC Chair in Urological Research
Professor Urology, Pathology and Pharmacology
University of Pittsburgh

Research interests include:
Androgen action, prostate cancer, and benign prostatic hyperplasia

Dean J. Bacich, PhD  

Dean J. Bacich, PhD 
Assistant Professor
Department of Urology
University of Pittsburgh

Research interests include:
Mechanisms and Models of Prostate Carcinogenesis

James Gnarra, PhD

James Gnarra, PhD
Associate Professor of Urology and Pathology
University of Pittsburgh

Denise O'Keefe, PhD

Denise O'Keefe, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Urology
Member, Prostate Cancer Program
University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute
Member, Cellular and Molecular Pathology Graduate Program
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Research interests include:
Epigenetics and Prostate Cancer

Jan Pilch, MD

Jan Pilch, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Urology
University of Pittsburgh

Changfeng Tai, PhD Changfeng Tai, PhD
Assistant Professor, Urology and Pharmacology
University of Pittsburgh


Pradeep Tyagi, PhD
Associate Professor
Department of Urology
University of Pittsburgh
Naoki Yoshimura, MD, PhD 

Naoki Yoshimura, MD, PhD 
Director of Neuro-urological Research
Professor Urology and Pharmacology & Cell Biology
University of Pittsburgh

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